The KES 2009 convention and exhibition event opens a next-generation digital leader training program to motivate as many children and students as possible to take interest in basic science and technology and provide them with opportunities to take part in such education. Participating firms, including Neopia and EasyTech, introduce their products to officials from educational institutions and businesspeople from the electronics industry.
Students from schools participating in this program also put their own kits and inventions on display. This event is a forum where children can easily study the principles of various electronic products, thereby enhancing their digital creativity and taking higher interest in creation and invention. All in all, this program is aimed at providing children and students with practical opportunities to grow as next-generation digital leaders in the electronic sciences, commensurate with their country's status as an IT powerhouse.